The 2nd ESAP Plenary Meeting was held on 7 July 2015.
ETP 2017 maps major transformations in energy technologies over next decades
Energy Technology Perspectives 2017 examines how the global energy system is changing
6 June 2017
Preparing the power sector for the low carbon transition
Countries work to transform their power sectors in order to integrate growing shares of renewables
2 June 2017
Statistics: Key electricity trends 2016
Overall production of electricity rose slightly in the OECD last year, but each region saw different changes in production shares by fuel type
19 April 2017
The challenges and opportunities of low carbon transition in India’s power sector
About 75 participants from national and state government bodies, regulators, system operators and other market actors gathered in New Delhi to discuss the low carbon transition in India's power sector
21 March 2017
Winter challenges for energy security in France
With a series of nuclear power station shutdowns for maintenance, France is facing electricity supply constraints.
24 January 2017
New policies needed for next-generation wind and solar
The dramatic expansion of renewable power in recent years thanks to falling costs has raised a new challenge for power-system operators and regulators:
14 December 2016
Australia and IEA Agree to Cooperate on Energy Security Review
Agreement between the Australian Government and the IEA was reached following a meeting between Australia’s Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg and the IEA’s Executive Director Dr Fatih Birol in Paris.
31 October 2016
IEA raises its five-year renewable growth forecast as 2015 marks record year
Renewables will be the fastest-growing source of electricity but growth still concentrated in wind and solar PV, and government support remains critical
25 October 2016
Energy Efficient Prosperity: The “first fuel” of economic development
This is the first of a five-part series on energy efficiency focusing on real-life examples in developing countries
10 October 2016
IEA encourages Turkey to deepen energy market reforms
Since the last IEA in-depth review in 2009, Turkey has made significant progress in reforming its energy sector. Completing the reforms will allow Turkey to tap into its renewable and energy efficiency potentials, latest IEA report says.
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